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Biebel Brittanys - Kentucky American Brittany Breeders
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We breed, raise and train high quality Brittanys from Nolan's Last Bullet, Microdot, Grand Junction Jake, Gamblers Ace in the Hole, and Hammerin Hank/Dandy blood lines. Our Brittanys have wonderful persaonalities, love to hunt, are natural retreivers, have long range noses and are very smart. They are easy to house train and make great family dogs as well as bird dogs. Our Brittanys are bred for long legs, short hair coats and are not aggressive. We have both orange & white and liver & white pups and dogs. Our Brittanys will hunt Huns, Grouse and Pheasants up close and will range out to cover ground when Quail or Chukar hunting. With long range noses they will find birds, lock up and point, are natural backers, will hunt dead, retreive to hand, and then scoot to do it all over again and again! We love to hunt with our BiebelBrittanys. We have a sharptailed grouse and pheasant hunting camp in eastern MT, pheasant camps in North & South Dakota and Iowa, and a quail camp in KY. You and your new pup or dog can come join us! Harold Biebel.
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PO Box 1498
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42102
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Submitted by: Brian and Lisa Edgehouse on Nov 15, 2015We have purchased 2 Beibel Brittanies and we couldn't be more pleased. Last weekend we were in Iowa with Harold and 3 other of his clients hunting pheasants. The cover was really thick but these Britts have a TON of heart and drive. They quarter a field beautifully and what noses! When you buy a dog you don't just purchase a dog but doors are open for great adventures and long lasting friendships.
This weekend we took Tripper and Livvy to a chukar shoot at the PA Brittany Club. These Britts are smart! They figure out the best way to quarter the field and go about it methodically with tons of style. We just love our Biebel Brittanies!
Brian and "Cookie"
Submitted by: Ed in CA on Nov 12, 2015FYI, Tazz, our liver and white female, whelped 7-13-2014, is a great dog. She is loving the quail hunts out here in CA and we will be trying her hand (paw) on some pheasants this weekend. She has non-stop energy when it comes to hunting.
Ed in CA
Submitted by: Frank Ballou on Nov 11, 2015Harold invited me to Iowa to pick up the pup I purchased from him and to hunt a couple days. All I can say is what a great guy and breeder and had a blast for 3 days. On the way home I thought boy am I glad to find this breeder and why would anyone buy a Brit from anyone else. READ THE TESTIMONALS AND YOU WILL SEE HOW EASY IT IS TO DO THE MATH FROM THERE PERIOD.
Submitted by: Doug Sarver on Nov 10, 2015Just got back from another hunt with my Biebel Brittany "Bear"! He did another incredible job in the field and in the cabin with all of the hunters! What a fantastic dog!
Good time and made new friends!
Submitted by: Scott in Illinois on Nov 03, 2015First time out for Ty, my son Owen and I! Had a great time! With minimal training (2-3 weeks mostly focused on obedience and being a good boy in the house in his first year) he did great. Pointed, held, even tracked down a few in some really thick stuff. He was fearless jumping through some really thick grass and brush, creeks you name it. He hunted till he dropped (about 4 hours). Of course he busted some birds, couldn't find some others, all part of the curve while we are learning together. Most important: both the boys can't wait to go again!
In the first pic Ty is laying on a rooster we "couldn't find"...lol.
Submitted by: Gary in CA on Oct 28, 2015Harold, we are very excited about receiving Gunner tomorrow. I can't say this enough, your BiebelBrittanys are the best in every aspect, temperament, family oriented, and the best hunters I have ever had the honor of owning. I was offered 5000.00 for BiebelBrittany Hershey last year and i told him he didn't have enough money for him or BiebelBrittany Poncho. Thankyou again, Gary.
Submitted by: Brent in Indiana on Oct 27, 2015Harold,
Took the other Biebel Brits to preserve yesterday, they did great but it allowed me to introduce Nellie to her first birds.
Here are a couple pictures of her smelling her very first Rooster.. I also introduced her to a dead Quail and she thought was the greatest thing going.
Submitted by: Brent in IN on Oct 20, 2015I mailed out this morning another $200 for Nellie, please let me know when you get it.
She is doing great! What a pleasure she is. She has spent the whole time in her kennel with very little whining after the first two days.
I have been taking her out with me when I run the other dogs and she is doing fine, still staying close to me but each time she moves out a little farther.
She got into a big bird this past weekend when she got to about 40 feet of a turkey before it flushed out of some real heavy cover, she just froze as she was wondering what the heck that big thing was.
Have a good day Harold, next check mid-November.
Submitted by: Dale on Oct 17, 2015Just got back from Montana with the Biebel hunting group what a bunch of great hunting people. About 5 years ago I purchased Biebel brittany Amos and Biebel brittany Doty. Doty was a pup Amos 4 these turned out to be great hunting dogs that do it all hunt, point, retrieve etc. Amos is the best pheasant tracking dog I have ever hunted behind. Had pups 3years ago and retained one. With no formal training this year she became a great bird dog also does it all. She learn it running with mom and dad and got the best from both. Last shot of the hunt Naty the pup tracked a running rooster that got up and went down.
Can not say enough about Biebel Brittanys they are the best great hunting dogs and family dogs
Thanks Harold and God bless
Submitted by: Anthony F. on Oct 17, 2015I've been meaning to write you for sometime (well, since we got back from our hunt)! I took Wyatt and family on our first ruffed grouse hunt in the U.P. for the opening week. I must say, he blew me away!!! We hunt waterfowl together, but my lord! He was a beast out there, and wouldn't quit! It was a tough hunt and we really had to get into some thick brush to find them. We flushed 6 and ended up with one. My proudest moment was when we flushed one and no one saw where it went and there was Wyatt locked on point. Sad to say, when we flushed it, it went right into my buddy and his dog and had no shot, and they didn't see it in time. We didn't get our first bird, but man, was it fun! My buddy that we stayed with up there was very impressed, and you may be hearing from him. He's trained a labra-doodle to bird hunt, we get some odd looks. Haha! Anyway, I just wanted to say thank you for providing such amazing and talented genetics, it really is an art watching this dog work.
Anthony "Bear" and Wyatt